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Jan 3, 2013 6:00am PST
was thinking smoking the cigarettes was the same thing. >> from what i'm reading, harry reid started the fire by throwing obama owes first proposal into the fire. >> stephanie: can you believe there? i love when boner told him to [ censor bleep ] off. and he is like excuse me? what do you mean? i don't know if he doesn't know what that means. and then boner explained it. i said [ censor bleep ] off. >> yeah, i said it! >> i'm not entirely sure harry reid has ever used that phrase before. >> stephanie: and then he balled up boner's balls and through them in the fire. [ applause ] >> stephanie: gop kaball ready to unseat boner. >> good. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: now sources told breitbart that enough republicans are ready to throw boehner out, at least 20 house republicans have gotten together and are willing to unseat boner. cantor tweeted majority leader cantor stands with speaker boner. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: speculation is otherwise silly, non-productive and untrue. >> okay. >> stephanie: i can't even remember where i put my lying sack. it's in there somewhere.
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Jan 2, 2013 6:00am PST
leader harry reid to go f himself on friday after reid said that boehner was treating the house like a dictatorship. the white house and the senate did come to a deal and then the house voted on it late last night. they passed with 257 votes. leadership on the republican side was split however. boehner and budget committee chairman paul ryan voted yes while eric cantor and kevin mccarthy voted no. if he decides to run for president in 2016, he might be going up against rubio or rand paul, they both voted no. ryan would be only one of the three that voted yes. the plan means the bush tax cuts will continue for those making under $400,000 a year and couples making less than $450,000 a year. the tax rates will go back up for those making more. the automatic spending cuts that were set to kick in today are delayed for two months. the deal with extend unemployment insurance for some two million people for a year. the estate tax goes back up to 40%. also tax credits will continue for child care, tuition and research and development. on the flip side, the payroll tax rate will go back
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